the wicked child wrote:Just found out Harpoon has a "White IPA" that is supposed to be a cross between a Wit and an IPA. Want.
the wicked child wrote:Draai Laag report:
They no longer do growlers. Unfortunately, I had taken my SG growler, so it sat lonely on the table all night.
They now offer a Flight of the 5 beers they have on tap, so I went for that first (ranked in order of enjoyment):
They were all great, but some bear further discussion: The Ragnarok is really interesting. Extremely complex, probably the most complex beer I've ever drank. But it was good... I followed up the flight with a full glass. My friend said he could taste the peat smoke in it. I'm not sure what that tastes like, but I do know that every time I took a drink I was tasting more flavors. Yum.
St. Agnus is a holiday style ale, and not sure I could have handled a full glass... I'd describe it as what Harpoon's Winter Warmer wishes it could be. Yeah, it was spiced heavily, but it had a good balance to it as well and was tasty.
They now offer bottles, although they are behind, so they only have 750 mL bottles of Aureus and Simon Girty atm. They also offer 4 packs of Aureus and SG or a hybrid of 2 each, but they are behind, so no dice.
I was originally hoping to get a growler of SG, but since they didn't have Aureus on tap, I went with that for the 750 mL bottle.
These guys are my undisputed kings of local beer right now. If you like Belgian beers, get your ass down there, now. Amazing stuff coming out of that little building.
Also, this helped me earn the "Drinking your paycheck" badge on Untappd.
shafnutz05 wrote:columbia wrote:Am I the only one who thinks that Murphy's Irish Stout is better than Guinness?
The latter has such a thin aftertaste.
Murphy's >>> Guinness
shafnutz05 wrote:The Optimator is good, but my personal favorite is the Dunkel (more personal taste than anything else)
the wicked child wrote:Loading up on Heavenly Hefeweizen @ Church Brew. Solid hefe. Not in the league of the German hefes, but it's going down smoooooth.
Froggy wrote:the wicked child wrote:Loading up on Heavenly Hefeweizen @ Church Brew. Solid hefe. Not in the league of the German hefes, but it's going down smoooooth.
I was not impressed
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